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Queso Without Borders: Se Vendo Queso Fresco


Consider yourself lucky if you’ve seen a sign with that phrase, which translates to “queso fresco for sale,” anywhere in the US. I used to see it often in my old neighborhood in Brooklyn. Since I moved to Michigan, I started making my own cheese at home. I’ve still never found some of the more […]

Queso Without Borders: Aisles of Change


Statesville, North Carolina is the definition of “small town America.” Spanning just over 24 square miles, outsiders would never consider the Iredell County seat a melting pot—but the dairy aisles of its modest markets tell a different story. Latinos make up the largest ethnic minority in the country, and the American South has the fastest […]

Queso in the Capital


In Mexico City, you can hardly go dos pasos without tripping over cheese.

Manchego Debate

Manchego Vs. Manchego


As political drama envelopes society, not even cheese will be left unscathed. The latest fray to hit international dairy relations involves Manchego DOP. The beloved sheep’s milk wheel has become the sticking point in a dispute between Mexico and the European Union, effectively stymying renegotiations over an 18-year-old trade deal. The controversy surrounds the name. Since 1984, […]

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Class of 2017 Is Here: ACS Certified Cheese Professionals Announced


153 individuals from 58 companies across US, Mexico and Australia pass the 7th ACS Certified Cheese Professionals Exam